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S t e i n , G e r t r u d e ,
Everybody's autobiography.
New York, Random
House, 1937. 318 p.
A continuation of what happened after the Toklas autobiography was
written.
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Wars I have seen.
New York, Random House, 1945.
259 p.
From the Russo-Japanese War on, the author for purposes of living became
a European; her life, secretly written in France during the Nazi occupation.
E
l i z a b e th
G . S
t e r n
S t e r n , E l i z a b e t h G e r t r u d e ( L e v i n ) ,
I am a woman and a Jew
,
by Leah Morton [pseud.]. New York, J. H. Sears & Co.,
1926. 362 p.
The autobiography of a writer and social worker.
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My mother and
/ , with a foreword by Theodore Roosevelt.
New York, The Macmillan Co., 1917. 169 p.
The Americanization of a young girl who left the ghetto of a Russian Polish
town and came to the ghetto of an American city.
G
old i e
S
t on e
S t o n e , G o l d i e ,
My caravan ofyears; an autobiography.
New York,
Bloch Publishing Co., 1945. 252 p.
Old World memories of an orthodox Jewish grandmother in Chicago, and
reminiscences of her participation in communal endeavor in Chicago.
N
a t h a n
S
t rau s
S t r a u s , L i n a G u t h e r z ,
Disease in milk; the remedy
,
pasteurization;
the life work of Nathan Straus
, 2nd ed., rev. and enl., to
commemorate the 25th anniversary of the inception of the
work. New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1917. 383 p. (an
earlier edition appeared in 1913.)
The great contribution in the field of public health in New York City of the
philanthropist, Nathan Straus.
O
scar
S. S
t rau s
S t r a u s , O s c a r S o l o m o n ,
Under four administrations
,
from
Cleveland to Taft; recollections of Oscar S. Straus.
Boston,
New York, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1923. 456 p.
Memoirs of a prominent American Jew who served as ambassador to Turkey
and as Secretary of Commerce and Labor. He was the first president of the
American Jewish Historical Society.